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Nike Sportswear ‘Swoosh Sporting Club’ Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

The Nike Sportswear ‘Swoosh Sporting Club’ Pack will feature two pairs of the Nike Air Force 1 Low and two pairs of the Nike Dunk High CMFT and is now available.

Highlights from this pack would be the wide range of materials used which are denim, canvas and textile. Achieving the classic look, each pair comes with a Gum bottom. Some have nicknamed the pairs shown ‘Duck Hunter’ due to the Duck embroidered that is reminiscent of the classic Nintendo game. However the brand has made sure to let everyone know that these four pairs are apart of an elite club, the Swoosh Sporting Club.

Below are more photos for you to get a full viewing of all four pairs involved in the Nike Sportswear Swoosh Sporting Club Pack. Retailers are now starting to receive sizes, while your local shop should have them now, you can buy them online at Sneaker Politics. Retail price for each range from $90 to $120.

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Nike Dunk High CMFT Swoosh Sporting Club Pack

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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